When Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Louis Cardin of Temecula, California, was killed in an ISIS rocket attack in Iraq on March 19, the Pentagon announced the attack happened at a location called "Fire Base Bell." Now just days later that location has quietly been renamed — with no public announcement.
The fire base is now called the "Kara Soar Counter Fire Complex."
The change is to make clear the base is only conducting defensive missions, one defense official said. Read full story here